I’ve had reports from a few users of QW that it sometimes goes nuts and starts looking, for want of a better word, trippy. That is multiple parts of the user interface appear to overlap others. It’s ok, no one is spiking your tea with magic mushrooms. It’s something far more mundane. Unfortunately I don’t … Continue reading Is Quoll Writer looking psychedelic? It’s not you!
Version 2.7 is still progressing. The QW website has been changed over to support multiple languages and the User Guide has been reworked and revamped. At the moment I am finishing up the changes to QW itself to support website translations. A number of new features have been added to the strings editors such as … Continue reading Another update on version 2.7
When you first develop a piece of code you generally do the best you can to make it fit for purpose and work in a flexible way. Then, later on, you might need to come back to the code and change things to work in a different, or even more flexible way. A good example … Continue reading The Change Cascade
We’ve all had it, sometimes we just don’t want to move forward or worse still, know how. But did you know that you get it in all walks of life? It’s not just a problem for writers. Sometimes you get stuck thinking about a problem or avoiding the problem altogether. How many of you have … Continue reading Getting a case of Developer’s block and what it taught me about Writer’s block
(I really need to start doing these more often, the only trouble is, in software development things don’t move very quickly so you forget how long it has been since you last posted something!) So recently I’ve been working with a very helpful guy from Poland to get non English translations of the User Interface … Continue reading What’s happening with QW
This is my final update of the year. I hope you all have a bountiful Xmas and eat so much that your relatives have to call the fire department to extract you from your chair in front of the T.V. Just kidding that would be awful, but I hope you all have a great Xmas … Continue reading An end of year update on where version 2.6.5 is up to
So many version numbers! Anyway, what was once 2.6.3 is now version 2.6.5 because I released a bug fix to solve an issue with the legacy asset types, that became version 2.6.4. But let’s move on, the focus of version 2.6.5 is to allow different languages to be used for the user interface. So you … Continue reading An update on version 2.6.5 (was 2.6.3) and some news on version 3